But because of that, I've bought every book in the manga series, a soundtrack CD (there are many for manga series in Japan), and one of the art books (I have to hunt down the other!) The story has plots within plots, and although it isn't necessarily true to how Qabalistic Hebrew magic or lore works, it's still an engaging story of the wars between humans, demons, angels, and those who would seek power for themselves regardless of costs. Woven in are some Buddhist notions about reincarnation, I've noticed. It's a manga that I have to read again and again because every time I reread it, I find something new, or remember something I'd forgotten about the series.
My current wallpaper on my computer is once again from TK (there's a rotation of anime, TV shows, and photos of nature or cute foxes), and I'm inspired to bring some of that beauty into my daily life. How else besides makeup? I can't wear kimono every day, as much as I'd like to, so of course it's makeup!
|All eyeshadows from Shiro Cosmetics, some discontinued.|
Top row: Spinarak/Finkelstein mixed (discontinued), Steelix (now called 'Victory Road'), Hyperbeam ('Missingno'), Spiritomb (discontinued), Kokiri Forest ('Kokiri Emerald'), and Shall Not Be Mourned (discontinued). Shall Not Be Mourned is more bronze in person, but photographs with a gold shift. It's really a stunning colour! I'll miss it when I run out.
Bottom row: Shoes for Orphans (discontinued), Temple of Time, Midna ('Twilight Realm'), Equivalent Exchange, Subrosia ('Goron Ruby'), and Unsatisfactory Mark (discontinued).